I'm something of a ubuntu newb. I'm trying to get subversion, so I enter:
apt-get install subversion
I'm getting a 404 on subversion and all its dependencies. E.g.
I've checked and that URL is indeed broken. Rather http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/s/subversion/ has versions 1.4.6, 1.5.1, 1.6.5 etc.
As I understand it, in order to get 1.4.4 I should find a mirror with 1.4.4 and include it in my sources.list file. (Is this correct?)
However what if I want to keep my current mirror and get one of the subversion versions listed on this mirror. I've tried
apt-get install subversion=1.6.5
but I get E: Version '1.6.5' for 'subversion' was not found
So, my question is, how can I tell apt I want to get subversion 1.6.5?